Italy props Andrea Lovotti and Nicola Quaglio have prohibited for three months and both will miss the World Cup battle with New Zealand.
Both players were involved in lifting the Duane Vermeulen of South Africa and dropping him into the ground during Fridays Pool B loss.
As Italy proceeded to lose for falling Vermeulen on his head lovotti was sent off – .
The players attended a hearing Tokyo on October 6 until the independent panel.
Lovotti confessed the act of foul play and also recognized that it warranted a red card.
Quaglio accepted he had committed an act of foul play but denied that it met with the card brink.
Having considered all the evidence and the panel upheld the mentioning and imposed a sanction of three months for both gamers, after hearing from the players and their representative.
Both players can miss Italy pool game against New Zealand on October 12 and could miss PRO14 matches or World Cup depending on the progress of Italy.

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